Holding Property Owners Accountable For Your Injury
As a guest in a store, someone’s home or property, the property owner is responsible for ensuring that you and all other guests are safe during your visit. When a property owner or manager fails to maintain this safety, they may be held responsible for the consequences of your resulting injuries.
Here at Abogado Maximo, we have decades of experience in holding liable parties accountable for the injuries they caused through their failure to maintain the property or failure to properly warn you of the unsafe premises. Our California team knows the hardships that come from these injuries, and we know how to help you seek the compensation you deserve.
How We Can Help
When you are looking for an attorney you can trust to fight for you after you have been hurt on someone else’s property, you want to be sure your attorney has the necessary experience to handle your unique situation. In the decades we have been negotiating with and litigating against insurance companies, we have handled a wide range of severe injuries caused by:
- Poor lighting
- Cracks in sidewalks, parking lots and roads
- Improper road signage
- Slick floors and spills
- Faulty stairways
- Failure to warn about lead paint and other toxic chemicals regulated by California’s Proposition 65
- Failure to maintain roadways and highways
- Lack of proper security in retail, residential and commercial spaces
This list is not exhaustive. Many people, including insurance agents, underestimate the severity of an injury from a slip in a grocery aisle. Broken bones, nerve damage, permanent scarring or burns, and even psychological damage can last a lifetime, and we believe the settlement you receive should reflect the current and future costs of your injuries.
Let Us Fight For You
We know how to fight back against legal teams and insurance agents that try to minimize or eliminate the compensation you need to cover the cost of your injuries. We set ourselves apart through our extensive skills in negotiation and litigation. We can help you identify when it is time to negotiate for your settlement or pursue litigation in court to ensure you get the money you need.
In addition to our aggressive style of representation, we also make a point of remaining available to you through the entire process. If you are ready to meet with us at our office in Los Angeles, schedule your free initial consultation by calling (213) 510-7533 or sending us an email.